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differently. >>> for all the talk of scandal at the highest levels of u.s. command these days let's remember there are 68,000 men and women serving in afghanistan tonight. and every day for 11 years they and thousand before them have done us proud, more than 2,000,02,000 laying down their lives for us. jake tapper remembers. on the day jake's son was born, our white house correspondent heard the story of other american sons at one far out post and a terrible battle. jake set out on a three-year quest to bring us their story from the northwest reaches of afghanistan. >> what's up, dude? >> not a thing. >> reporter: for years the troops at combat outpost keating feared they were sitting ducks. located at the bottom of three steep mountains 14 miles from the pakistan border. and when the taliban attack finally did happen in october 2009, seen here in this terrifying video posted months later, the 53 u.s. troops there were horribly outnumbered by 400 enemy fighters. >> well were alone, isolated. air support was too far away. that location was indefensible. >> reporter: why was the doomed outpost
that general john allen, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan, is being investigated for possibly inappropriate e-mail communications with one of the women linked to the petraeus scandal. it's the latest bombshell. kelly is a family friend of petraeus and notified the fbi she was receiving threatening e-mails. martha raddatz has the story. >> reporter: when general david petraeus granted paula broadwell exclusive and extraordinary access to pep his biography, he likely never imagined it would lead to his downfall. but tonight, his reputation is sullied. the fbi is under scrutiny, and agents have descended on broadwell's home to gather more material, material broadwell is now willingly providing them in this increasingly strange scandal. the affair first came to light this summer as part of an fbi investigation prompted by a complaint from this woman, jill kelly. a private citizen and military supporter who had befriended petraeus and his wife, holly. kelly received harassing e-mails from an anonymous account, and took them to a friend at the fbi in may or june. the bureau obtained
.5 scare miles melted away. an area the size of the u.s. and mexico combined. >> okay, here it comes. >> reporter: meanwhile, back when jim was mounting his first ice cameras, an artist in brooklyn was pushing the kind of machine you use to chalk lines on a ball field. after reading a scary 2001 prediction from nasa that climate change powered storms would wipe out entire neighborhoods, she decided to see which neighborhoods, by marking the high water line around new york city. >> this would be under water. this would be dry, so, there would be a little dry strip down the center of the road and all of this would be under water. >> reporter: her chalk was gone by the time sandy hit, but the lines were right. and in many places, the damage exceeded her worst fears. and suddenly, that wishy washy conversation changed. >> not so much of an "i told you so" as "i'm really sorry this had to happen." the fact it takes something so drastic, despite people in his administration know about it, you know end that it really takes us having a visceral experience to shift even the conversation. >> r
diplomacy today. u.s. cemetery of state hillary clinton as well as the u.n. chief have been here. they will not talk to hamas, because hamas is considered by the u.s. and israel and much of the west as a terrorist organization. so, when you hear about the man who the egyptian president is negotiating with on behalf of israel, it's this man that i spoke to today. and we had a fiery exchange about civilian casualties, both in israel and in gaza and about why hamas won't recognize israel's right to exist. anyone looking for a sign that the arab spring has changed the middle east can find it here. the cease-fire would not have happened without this man. but for decades, he's bun one of israel's most hated enemies. they've tried to kill him and they consider him a terrorist. today, he was unapologetic for the actions that his group has taken. is it useful to kill civilians to create terror on civilians inside israel? >> translator: let me -- let me give you the proof. on the 8th of november, this month, the israelis entered gaza and killed a child. they bear the responsibility. we don
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engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> these days, it seems barely a month goes by without news of an animal encounter gone horribly wrong. it's fair to say a vacation spent coe diing up to a pack of african white lions takes a certain kind of tourist. and for those not to content to gaez from a safe distance, here's abc's jeffrey kofman for "into the wild." >> reporter: those are powerful cats. look at the size of their paws. these lions could do serious damage out leer in the south african bush. keep your distance. wait a minute. what is that tourist doing? >> i'm just holding the lion's tail as he goes for a walk. >> reporter: what is it like walking a lion? >> it's amazing. >> reporte
technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> they're the stuff of horror movies and urban legend. the most terrifying creatures mother nature has to offer. and one adventurer has made them his life's work. here's abc's matt gutman. >> reporter: blood thirsty beasts that feed on human flesh. aquatic assassins that drag swimmers to their deaths. myths, you might say, but sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. that's where richard comes in, the swash buckling filmmaker, survivalist and hair product pitchman. okay, maybe not the last one, but he could be. richard is the host of nat geo's "man versus monster." he travels the globe to unravel the mysteries behind the myths. >> it's a great reason to help find out the truth. to hear their stories and try to work out
of the u.s. which contributed $200 million to fund it. so far it's been very effective. israel says it's hit 90% of the missiles headed for populated areas. it's also expensive. every intercepter missile it fires off costs as much as $100,000. almost 700 rockets have landed in israel, here one hit a girls' school in a southern city. thankfully it was empty. classes had been canceled since the fighting started. the air raid sirens forcing people to stay home and take cover in bomb shelters. civilians on both sides of the conflict are in the line of fire tonight. some of the most vulnerable, children. palestinian and israeli alike running for cover as missiles fly in but it won't be until the adults sit down and hash out a deal that they'll be safe. and as is always the question in this part of the world, if peace does come, how long will it last? for "nightline" i'm alex marquardt in the gaza strip. >> thank you for watching abc news. robin roberts and her sister sally on "gma" tomorrow morning to talk about robin's ongoing journey. "jimmy kimmel" next. >>> up next on an all in the "jim
that have the world fearing a full-scale war is about to break out. u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu today, as part of this intense diplomatic efforts that are new under way. hamas, at one point, said a deal had been reached with israel. as of now, the fighting and the dying continues. "good morning america" is going to have the latest on that conflict in the morning. and lots of other stories. thanks for watching abc news. jimmy kimmel's coming up next. we'll see you here tomorrow. >>> up next on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live." >> here's a black friday shopping tip for you. find out who is spending three days waiting in line for these
the muscles that surround the heart. in the u.s., the average duchenne sufferer dies by 25. >> let's get this party started! >> reporter: the disease killed his older brother at 19. darius is 22 and he is resolved to fight with everything he's got. >> my brother, when his life kind of slowed down and seeing him leave the world, kind of changed my life. >> reporter: for him, it's been slow but steady. he could walk when he was a kid, but around age 9, he transitioned to a walker. a wheelchair came at age 12. now, he can only wiggle his fingers and feet. ♪ i got a heart full of pain >> reporter: but his mouth works just fine. he spends a lot of his time writing rap. ♪ it's all about giving ♪ this is my life ♪ can't nobody stop me from living ♪ >> reporter: we first met darius in 2007 when my then "nightline" colleague martin bashir spent some time with him. martin had a particular interest in darius and his disease. >> my brother died when he was 29. your brother died when he was 19. do you worry at all about the future? >> the more that you appreciate your life, the more that yo
. split by eight workers in a meat packing plant back in 2006. 42 states, d.c. and the u.s. virgin islands participate in powerball. but that leaves millions of americans out of luck. including people in a little place called california. ironically enough, nevada. yes, people who live in the shadow of the las vegas strip cannot make this bet, at least not in their own state. still, thousands from both states flocked to stores along the arizona border every time the jackpot gets this big. >> i want to win so i can put it all on the 49ers. >> reporter: which leads me to my last question. it was inspired by something everyone's favorite sports reporter observed last night on our station. >> these stories kill me. what is it, like 425 million, everybody goes nuts. they have to by a lottery ticket. 147, i'll wait. i will take the $100 million. that's just me. >> are the smaller jackpots a better bet? >> in one sense knock. you always to have pay $2 to play. the smaller the jackpot, the smaller the expected payoff. however work larger jackpot there is a higher chance you might have to split the
to be a challenge that i was going to enjoy, because the moment i stepped foot on u.s. soil, the moment i stood in front of the press that was here on the first day that i arrived, the moment that i met my teammates, i knew that i made the right decision. >> mr. david beckham. >> reporter: i remember that first press conference. you were trying desperately to say soccer instead of football. >> the most important thing is my family. the second thing is the foot -- the soccer. i'll get used to that at some point. i still call it football because to me, it is football. >> we also have a young up and comer on the team, a guy named david beckham. he is tough. in fact, it is a rare man who can be that tough on the field and also have his own line of underwear. ♪ i'm just a soul ♪ oh lord ♪ please don't let me be misunderstood ♪ >> reporter: how did the decision to move on go over with victoria and the kindkids? >> they understand it. the other half always goes through difficult times because we are always away. my wife is a working wife and i love that about her. she's a working mom, she's th
? ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> tonight on "dancing with the stars" kirstie alley took the stage dressed as an angel for a two-part in a routine that flaunted their naughty and nice sides which are fair game in a new book where she reveals the seeks of her pooft including the famous old flames she told abc's barbara walters she still holds dear. >> in her new book they art of men kirstie alley makes startling revelations. she shares the good, the bad and the ugly from drug addiction to her famously fluctuating weight to romances with john travolta, and a married patrick swayze. now 61 years old, the former movie an
start with a u.s. senator named ben. by helping restore thousands of acres of oyster beds, he kept hundreds of oystermen on the job... which keeps wholesalers in business... and that means more delivery companies... making deliveries to more restaurants... which hire more workers. and that means more oystermen. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approved this message. >>> as election day closes in, over 5 million people in virginia have become some of the nation's most crucial voters, so, my co-anchor bill weir set out to find out what could help sway their choice at the polls for your voice, your vote, battleground virginia. >> reporter: in deep blue and red corners of this land, one might have the luxury of tuning out this election. but not in louden county, virginia. >> i'm barack obama, candidate for president. >> i'm mitt romney, i'm running for president. >> and i approve this message. >> reporter: just outside d.c., this is where government workers raise family and take salsa lessons while the native good
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